HC Deb 22 March 1836 vol 32 c447

Petitions presented. By Mr. FOWELL BUXTON, from a great Number of Places, against the System of Apprenticeship among the Slaves.—By Mr. FECTOR, from Dover, for the Repeal of the Additional Duty on Spirit Licences.—By Mr. A. PELHAM, from Lindsey (Lincoln) for giving Remuneration to Constables on Apprehending Offenders.—By Mr. HUME, from Tottenham, against Surcharges on Assessed Taxes.—By Sir RONALD FERGUSON, from Nottingham, for Alterations in the Registration of Births and Marriages' Bills; also from the same Place, for Municipal Reform to Ireland—By Messrs. C. LUSHINGTON and WILKS, from two Places,—for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Mr. TULK, from Edinburgh and Paisley, in favour of Mr. BUCKINGHAM'S Claims By Messrs. YORKE, E. A. PELHAM, W. DUNCOMBE, and other HON. MEMBERS, from many Places, for Relief to [the Agricultural Interest—By Mr. JOHN FIELDEN, from Rochdale, against Church Rates.